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Kotak Mutual launches Mid-Cap Fund
KOTAK Mahindra Mutual Fund has launched Kotak Mid-Cap, an open-ended Equity Growth Scheme. The scheme will invest primarily in equity and equity-related securities of mid-cap companies. In 2004, the CNX Mid-Cap Index gained 44 per cent, ... More

Union Bank to sell Principal MF products
PRINCIPAL PNB Asset Management Company has tied up with Union Bank of India for distribution of their mutual fund schemes. This tie-up will enable Principal to distribute its mutual fund schemes through Union Bank of India's 2,020 branches, ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bear onslaught
BEARS were in total control of Wednesday's trading. The day's market action initiated the downtrend in most of the tradable counters. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands strongly bearish, with no uptrend counters. Nifty ... More

STOCK EXCHANGES


BSE-Indonext: Many mid-cap firms feel entry norms stringent
THE BSE-Indonext, the much talked about separate trading platform for small- and mid-cap companies scheduled to take off on Friday from the stable of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), may find very few scrips that are currently listed exclusively on ... More

Hopes on revival of Coimbatore bourse
THE Coimbatore Stock Exchange (CSX) is pinning hopes on a series of measures for a revival in its fortune, as it has been virtually dormant for the past five years. The CSX Members' Welfare Association had consolidated its presence on the ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Sensex crashes, market baffled — 316-point drop intra-day; Nifty loses 71 points
THE charging bull of the past several weeks paused to take a breather on Wednesday. Triggered by a number of factors, international and domestic, the Indian bourses let off steam with the Sensex losing over 316 points intra-day. Though the ... More

Margin calls trigger fall
AN increase in margin payments in the derivative segment of NSE is believed to have triggered a sharp fall in stock prices today. Selling by FIIs in the stock futures segment and `stop loss' of several players being activated also led to fall ... More

Global impact leaves market gasping
THOUGH "expecting corrections" was a standard caveat that brokers and analysts threw around at the end of every discussion of the current bull run, when the correction did happen, it left many stunned. Marketmen are usually never short of ... More

Basket selling triggers collapse
AFTER a long time almost all the index stocks - both in the BSE Sensex and S&P CNX Nifty - closed lower from previous day's close. Among the Sensex constituent, only Gujarat Ambuja Cement closed higher; in the S&P CNX Nifty, while Dabur More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Nifty, Tata Steel may turn positive
THE following strategies are based on Wednesday's trading in the spot and the derivatives segments on the NSE. The positions are constructed to payoff from possible short-term reversal in the underlying. The strategy is, therefore, risky and has ... More

COMMENTARY


Public sector stocks lead the plunge
THREAT of larger increases in interest rates in the US economy, the provider of liquidity to the global economy, fall in stock prices in other Asian markets and rise in oil prices spooked sentiment and triggered a sharp sell-off in the stock ... More
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